Donor Cultivation Travel

For more information contact our Donor Cultivation Travel Specialist today:

Timothy J. Ambrose

Sales Director

Email: tambrose@academic-travel.com

DEFINITION: 

Donor Cultivation Travel seeks to bring together the mission, fundraising goals, and key donors of an institution by providing a unique, highly customized, sophisticated and behind the scenes travel experience. Whether retracing the steps of an organization’s founding, exploring international innovations in a specific medical field, or viewing privately owned masterpieces, ATA’s goal is to marry your institution’s unique assets and mission with exceptional access and top notch service to create a travel experience exclusively available to your top donors and board members.

 

BENEFITS:

Simply put, the benefit of these international travel programs is donor cultivation: you will develop and strengthen the ties between your key donors, prospective donors, and your institution.   Your donors will experience – through their commitment to your institution – a travel program they never would have been able to dream of where it not for their tie to your institution.  A 5, 7 or even 10 day international travel experience gives you unparalleled access to these men and women who are so valuable to your organization.

 

ATA’s Expertise: ATA’s aim is yours.

We want you – your institution – to shine. We will highlight your ties, your connections, and your mission through the creation of a unique itinerary which takes into consideration that which you want to put forth.  Over the past decade, ATA has created Donor Cultivation Travel opportunities for think tanks, human rights organizations, art museums, performing arts institutions, associations and so much more.

We have served the most discriminating travelers from China to Venice, and from Prague to Paris.  Private collections, architect studios, private gala dinners on theater stages, entrance to museums before opening hours, access to otherwise restricted landmarks and collections, and meetings with heads of state, diplomats, physicians, economists, artists, community activists, musical virtuosos, and independent artists – the sky – the globe – is our only limit

 

For more information contact our Donor Cultivation Travel Specialist today:

Timothy J. Ambrose

Sales Director

Email: tambrose@academic-travel.com

Academic Travel Abroad, Inc.

1920 N Street, NW, Suite 200

Washington, DC 20036, USA

Phone 202.785.9000, Ext. 7345

Direct Line: 202.349.7345

Mobile:  443.812.5857

Toll Free  800.556.7896 Ext. 7345